Justice League/Power Rangers

Justice League/Power Rangers

Two of the most popular crime-fighting teams of all time collide for the first time when the Justice League faces the Power Rangers!Something terrible has happened in Angel Grove! When the Command Center is breached and the teleporters are damaged, Zack is flung into another universe, where he's mistaken for a villain by a mysterious masked vigilante. Can the other Power R...

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Title:Justice League/Power Rangers
Author:Tom Taylor
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Edition Language:English

Justice League/Power Rangers Reviews

  • Kevin

    The world is full of heroes. It is almost impossible to write this review without mentioning our childhood and nostalgia. The heroes that we grew up with are still here, and they are saving the world. What readers will love about

    by Tom Taylor other than the phenomenal illustration is the story and how its elements play a huge role in the story. Because of a teleportation accident caused by Zack, Zedd is now causing havoc in another dimension w

    The world is full of heroes. It is almost impossible to write this review without mentioning our childhood and nostalgia. The heroes that we grew up with are still here, and they are saving the world. What readers will love about

    by Tom Taylor other than the phenomenal illustration is the story and how its elements play a huge role in the story. Because of a teleportation accident caused by Zack, Zedd is now causing havoc in another dimension with Brainiac. Tom Taylor did not only do a crossover for the sake of having a crossover; he went big

    If your main worry is the story will be crowded with superheroes, I can assure you that Tom Taylor has created balance when and how the heroes and villains can use their abilities, and I am impressed by how he inserted these vital elements into the plot without looking like "it's just there."

    is a perfect blend of action and superb storytelling. Definitely a must buy.

  • Will Robinson Jr.

    Tom Taylor and artist Stephen Byrne bring us the action pack team up book that no one expected to happen. I have to say this is a really fun read. The Power Rangers comics being written by Kyle Higgins are phenomenal as well. DC Comics is just on a roll right now giving us comic book loving fans some really fun books. This book is no exception. The plot is pretty simple but the dialogue and character moments make this book a must read for superhero fans and any fans of these two properties. Basi

    Tom Taylor and artist Stephen Byrne bring us the action pack team up book that no one expected to happen. I have to say this is a really fun read. The Power Rangers comics being written by Kyle Higgins are phenomenal as well. DC Comics is just on a roll right now giving us comic book loving fans some really fun books. This book is no exception. The plot is pretty simple but the dialogue and character moments make this book a must read for superhero fans and any fans of these two properties. Basically the Rangers end up in the DC Universe when their longtime enemy, Lord Zedd makes a sudden bold attack on the Rangers command center. The Rangers of course come face to face with the Justice League. Like any superhero team up our heroes do not start off on the same side but soon the two teams come together face the threat of Lord Zedd who we find out has teamed up with Brainiac. There is some great action in the book. I love how Taylor writes the Rangers of being pretty capable of fighting the League. But clearly the Justice League are some of the most powerful superheroes in comics. The artwork is pretty good and the colors really make this a good looking book as well. I definitely recommend comic readers giving this book a chance. Do not miss some the following DC comics crossover titles:

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  • Chris Lemmerman

    [Read as single issues]

    After the success of TMNT/Batman and Lumberjanes/Gotham Academy, DC are back at it again with Justice League/Power Rangers. When a dimensional mishap sends Lord Zedd to the DC Universe, the Rangers are hot on his heels, but a team-up with Brainiac leads them to seek help of their own in the form of the Justice League.

    This is pretty basic in terms of plot idea; the Rangers meet the Justice League, fight the Justice League, and then team up with the Justice League to fight t

    [Read as single issues]

    After the success of TMNT/Batman and Lumberjanes/Gotham Academy, DC are back at it again with Justice League/Power Rangers. When a dimensional mishap sends Lord Zedd to the DC Universe, the Rangers are hot on his heels, but a team-up with Brainiac leads them to seek help of their own in the form of the Justice League.

    This is pretty basic in terms of plot idea; the Rangers meet the Justice League, fight the Justice League, and then team up with the Justice League to fight their bigger enemy. But it's the little things, like the Rangers dressed in patchwork armour from other DC characters, or the Zords fighting alongside the League, that really sell this one. The characters all come across pretty well, and this doesn't interfere with continuity for either set of characters. Plus there's a tease for a second story, which could be fun.

    The massive delay between issues 4 and 5 when the series was releasing also doesn't hurt it in collected edition. Instead you get six beautiful issues drawn and coloured by Stephen Byrne, whose colouring works spectacularly for these characters; everyone has their own distinct themes in terms of colour, so an artist like Byrne is exactly who you need when you've got all the Rangers and the Justice League on panel at once.

    Nothing worldshaking, but great fun, which is exactly what these crossovers should be.

  • James DeSantis

    Review to come

  • Alan

    Yes. the fanboy in me is a real sucker for this type of crossover. Over the years I'll also give DC credit for not making the stories too dependent on continuity, or too heavy on the strum and drang. This is the type of story that works best with a light touch, especially as it can be argued that power Rangers is an all-ages title/property.

    The entire city of Angel Grove gets kidnapped, villains team up across dimensions and teleporters go awry to foster a team-up. Not the most original setup.

    Ta

    Yes. the fanboy in me is a real sucker for this type of crossover. Over the years I'll also give DC credit for not making the stories too dependent on continuity, or too heavy on the strum and drang. This is the type of story that works best with a light touch, especially as it can be argued that power Rangers is an all-ages title/property.

    The entire city of Angel Grove gets kidnapped, villains team up across dimensions and teleporters go awry to foster a team-up. Not the most original setup.

    Taylor executes this tale with alight hand, and he appears to be paying attention as to what fan points to hit. Do enjoy the grim, dark Batman's personality being a change in pace for the Rangers, and the Rangers's reaction to Mr. Grouch

  • Chad

    Exactly how you'd expect a crossover of these two teams to go. But it's done well and Tom Taylor is a gifted writer so this works. Steve Byrne's art is gorgeous.

    Received an advanced copy from DC and Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.

  • Scott

    - The Flash

    While I can't say I was exactly yearning for a JL / PR crossover - note: my knowledge of the Power Rangers could fill a Dixie cup - this book succeeds as a lightweight 'worlds collide' adventure. Some great scenes (Cyborg calling any and all League members into battle against monsters attacking various cities), some funny running jokes (the Rangers being put off by Batman's perpetual harsh look and demeanor), and non-stop colorf

    - The Flash

    While I can't say I was exactly yearning for a JL / PR crossover - note: my knowledge of the Power Rangers could fill a Dixie cup - this book succeeds as a lightweight 'worlds collide' adventure. Some great scenes (Cyborg calling any and all League members into battle against monsters attacking various cities), some funny running jokes (the Rangers being put off by Batman's perpetual harsh look and demeanor), and non-stop colorful artwork accompany the action. The only drawback is the juggling of at least a dozen heroes altogether means some of them occasionally get lost in the shuffle. And that final panel on the last page? It positively screamed out for a "The End?" caption.

  • Judah

    While this might be due to the fact it was originally published in magazine form, the bound version feels bloated in its second half and could have been easily 20 pages shorter.

  • Khurram

    I was looking forward to this series, i really wanted it to be great, big it just turned out ok. I personally don’t think the Boom comics Power Rangers’ are suited the Justice League characters as much as the Power Rangers.

    The usual superhero fight then into a team up happens over the first two issues, the the bad guys plan takes place over the next 2 issues then the good guys counter and finale in the last couple of issues. Every issues takes under 10 mins to read, and the action in particular

    I was looking forward to this series, i really wanted it to be great, big it just turned out ok. I personally don’t think the Boom comics Power Rangers’ are suited the Justice League characters as much as the Power Rangers.

    The usual superhero fight then into a team up happens over the first two issues, the the bad guys plan takes place over the next 2 issues then the good guys counter and finale in the last couple of issues. Every issues takes under 10 mins to read, and the action in particular seems too rushed.

    As usual Batman take the lead for the league and Zack for the Rangers, they others characters contribute but the are more side characters. I also like that the Power Rangers use their weapons the way they are supposed to impale and stab. Not just as lasers in the Power Ranger series.

    An ok 6 issue mini series. A bit too rushed and huge panels leave little space for story. It is ok nothing special nothing bad.

  • Alex Sarll

    Neither as good nor as bad as it could have been. On the one hand, yes, that's a terrible idea for a comic; on the other, it's written by Tom Taylor, who previously showed his knack for salvaging the unpromising by turning grim'n'gritty beat-'em-up

    into, initially at least, a cracking comic. And it's the little moments which elevate this, like "Batman. Get in the mastodon." Or one of the Rangers saying what we're all thinking whenever Brainiac proclaims his smarts: "I don't know what a

    Neither as good nor as bad as it could have been. On the one hand, yes, that's a terrible idea for a comic; on the other, it's written by Tom Taylor, who previously showed his knack for salvaging the unpromising by turning grim'n'gritty beat-'em-up

    into, initially at least, a cracking comic. And it's the little moments which elevate this, like "Batman. Get in the mastodon." Or one of the Rangers saying what we're all thinking whenever Brainiac proclaims his smarts: "I don't know what a 'twelfth-level intelligence' is, and I kinda suspect you made it up." The plot is pretty much as you'd expect (heroes meet, misunderstanding, fight, team-up against teamed up villains, some stuff gets embiggened, punching, the end); the general shininess of the art doesn't really sell the differences between the two teams' worlds; Superman still doesn't have his pants; and they're still trying to make Cyborg happen, despite the fact that even the superheroes I made up aged 9 had less will-this-do obvious names, and he spends most of this getting hacked. And yet, there are enough fun bits along the way that I ended up rather enjoying it.

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